Lavirinto3D is a version of the classic block building game genre inspired by Zenji on the Atari800XL.
The rules are very simple - using a ball you must link up a whole maze of pipes making sure to correctly fit the right pipes with the right connections. The problem is that some of them quite literally eat-up other sections just as you're about to connect them so it's not quite as straightforward as it sounds. There are tutorials to take you through the first few levels however with each being more elaborate than the last.
The biggest drawback from the start is both the level of difficulty and the graphics. It wouldn't have taken much more effort to have added more challenging first few levels and the same goes for beefing up the graphics which to say it's supposed to be a 3D game, don't really jump out at you. The general feeling after only a few levels, is one of boredom and this is one game that really needs some more challenges thrown in to make you keep coming back to it.
Lavirinto3D will only really appeal to fans of the original Zenji game on the Atari800XL unless you really like your puzzle games simple and unchallenging.